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Power Stations Fueled by Natural Gas

aerial view of bear garden power station

Powers approximately 146,000 homes

Located in Buckingham County, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 590 megawatts
  • Site construction began April 2009; commercial operations began May 24, 2011
  • Fueled by natural gas with ultralow-sulfur diesel fuel as a backup
  • Provides more than $1 million annually in taxes to Buckingham County
aerial view of Brunswick power station

Powers approximately 340,000 homes

Located in Freeman, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 1,358 megawatts
  • Began service in April, 2016
  • Fueled by natural gas
  • Combined-cycle technology uses 3 combustion turbines that generate 280 megawatts each
  • The super heated air from the combustion turbines is used to generate steam that produces another 470 megawatts on a steam turbine
  • The completed station employs 43 people
  • The station is expected to pay Brunswick County more than $4 million a year in property taxes
  • In the first full year of operation, we expect fuel savings of about $96 million. Fuel savings will continue over time
  • An additional $1 billion in customer savings is expected over the life of the station, compared with the next-best option for supplying power
aerial view of Darbytown power station

Powers approximately 84,000 homes

Located in Richmond, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 336 megawatts (4 units)
  • Began commercial service in 1990
  • Fueled by fuel oil and natural gas
woman working at a gas power station

Powers approximately 78,000 homes

Located in Chesapeake, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 348 megawatts (3 units)
  • Began commercial service in 1992
  • Fueled by natural gas
aerial view of Gordonsville power station

Powers approximately 55,000 homes

Located in Gordonsville, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 218 megawatts (2 units)
  • Service began in 1994
  • Primary fuel is natural gas
  • Emissions of nitrogen oxides are reduced due to a selective catalytic reduction system
woman working at a gas power station

Powers approximately 92,000 homes

Located in Surry, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 368 megawatts
  • Two units began commercial service in 1970: Four units in 1989
  • Fueled by fuel oil (4 units) and natural gas (2 units)
aerial view of Greensville power station

Located a few miles west of Emporia, the station completed testing and began generating electricity December. 8, 2018.

Powers approximately 400,000 homes

Located in Greensville and Brunswick Counties, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 1,588-megawatts
  • Fueled by natural gas, it will use the latest generation of highly efficient combined-cycle technology to produce the electricity
  • Cost - $1.3 billion
  • The station will have low-carbon intensity by using clean-burning natural gas and the best available control technology to reduce emissions
  • In its first year of operation, it is expected to provide up to $7 million in property taxes for Greensville County
  • Post-construction economic benefits are projected to amount to about $36 million annually
  • Over its expected 36-year life, the station will save customers about $2.1 billion
  • The station will have a staff of 49 employees
aerial view of Ladysmith power station

Powers approximately 195,000 homes

Located in Ladysmith, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 783 megawatts (5 units)
  • Commercial operation began in 2001
  • Primary fuel is natural gas
aerial view of Remington power station

Powers approximately 145,000 homes

Located in Remington, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 608 megawatts (4 units)
  • Commercial service began in 2000
  • Primary fuel is natural gas
aerial view of Rosemary power station

Powers approximately 41,000 homes

Located in Roanoke Rapids, NC

  • Net generating capacity is 165 megawatts
  • Began commercial service in 1990
  • Fueled by natural gas
  • As a combined-cycle power station, it generates electricity and produces steam for industrial use
aerial view of Warren County power station

Powers approximately 342,500 homes

Located in Front Royal, VA

  • Net generating capacity is 1,370 megawatts
  • Began commercial service in December 2014
  • Fueled by natural gas
  • Among the cleanest fossil-fuel fired facilities in the nation, using three combustion turbines and a steam turbine
  • The power station is helping to close a gap of 5,600 megawatts of generation needed in its service area by 2019 as identified by PJM Interconnection LLC

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